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Romisches Staatsrecht

Romisches Staatsrecht

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Theodor Mommsen's influential multi-volume work, first published between 1871 and 1888, is a systematic treatment of the intricate workings of the Roman state. The renowned German scholar proposed an original and sometimes controversial understanding of Roman institutions, based around the categories of nineteenth-century constitutional law. The Romans themselves never actually codified their complicated body of law, but by applying a historical approach to describe the development of Roman law Mommsen succeeds in making it more accessible to the reader. He systematises the many diverse legal elements upon which the Roman constitution was based and offers a coherent reading of it. Volume 3, Part 2 focuses mainly on the Roman Senate. Mommsen lists the number of senators, the process by which they were elected and their qualifications. He describes the Senate's rights, duties and protocol, and its jurisdiction and influence in various spheres within Rome and across the empire.